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Rickey Smiley Presents: Kingdom Comedy / The Family Hour (Widescreen)

Rickey Smiley Presents: Kingdom Comedy / The Family Hour (Widescreen)
"Kingdom Comedy", Gather the whole family for this hilarious evening of comedy! Hosted by funnyman Rickey Smiley, syndicated radio host and former host of BET's Comic View, this show offers clean comedy with a cutting edge. You're sure to recognize the fast-rising talents of Dean Edwards (Saturday Night Live, Def Comedy Jam), Marc Theobald (Chappelle's Show), Rick Younger (Last Comic Standing) and Todd Lynn (My Wife And Kids). Ranging from sidesplitting celebrity impressions to outrageous physical humor and sharp social observations, this laugh-out-loud evening has something for everyone! "The Family Hour", Finally, an evening of hilarious stand-up comedy that the whole family can enjoy together! There's something for everybody in the comedy of The Family Hour. As the host, In Living Color's Tommy Davidson (Black Dynamite) sets the upbeat tone with a sold-out audience at Beverly Hills' historic Wilshire Theatre. Offering their gut-busting takes on the pitfalls of family life are Small Frie (The Queen Of Christian Clean), YouTube sensation Kenny Johnson, Chris Spencer (The Jamie Foxx Show) and the outrageous AJ Jamal (Def Comedy Jam).

Kingdom Comedy , Exclusive Interview with Rickey Smiley, Musical Performance by Nancy Jackson-Johnson, Deleted Footage, , The Family Hour, Bonus Interviews.
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Aristophanic Comedy

Aristophanic Comedy
Professor Dover's newest book is designed for those who are interested in the history of comedy as an art form but who are not necessarily familiar with the Greek language.

The eleven surviving plays of Aristophanes are treated as representative of a genre. Old Attic Comedy, which was artistically and intellectually homogeneous and gave expression to the spirit of Athenian society in the late fifth and early fourth centuries B.C. Aristophanes is regarded primarily not as a reformer or propagandist but as a dramatist who sought, in competition with his rivals, to win the esteem both of the general public and of the cultivated and critical minority. He succeeded in this effort by making people laugh, and the book pays more attention than has generally been paid to the technical means, whether of language or of situation, on which Aristophanes' humor depends. Particular emphasis is laid on his indifference-positively assisted by the physical limitations of the Greek theatre and the conditions of the Athenian dramatic festivals-to the maintenance of continuous dramatic illusion” or to the provision of a dramatic event with the antecedents and consequences which might logically be expected. More importance is attached to Aristophanes' adoption of popular attitudes and beliefs, to his creation of uninhibited characters with which the spectators could identify themselves, and to his acceptance of the comic poet's traditional role as a mordant but jocular critic of morals, than to any identifiable and consistent elements in his political standpoint.


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Writing & Selling Romantic Comedy Screenplays

Writing & Selling Romantic Comedy Screenplays

The many ways that "happy after ever" can come about—case studies and analyses include Due Date, I Give it a Year, Midnight in Paris, Ted, and Tamara Drewe

Contemporary film audiences want and need sophisticated, authentic films that show how we now live and love—so what does this mean for the screenwriter developing a romcom? And how does one write heart-warming stories for a genre that is constantly evolving, from bromcom to zomcom to famcom? This guide offers a fresh approach to creating narratives for this ever-changing genre. Moving away from rigid and limited definitions that have evolved out of mainstream genre films, the book embraces a working definition that crosses cultural and national boundaries to give screenwriters a truly international perspective on writing comedic love stories. It will be the first screenwriting guide to reflect the diversity of approaches in today’s films that deal with the human need for emotional and physical intimacy using humor—the contemporary romantic comedy.


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Don Knotts: Reluctant Hero Pack (Anamorphic Widescreen)

Don Knotts: Reluctant Hero Pack (Anamorphic Widescreen)
Get ready for big laughs with one of the most popular and beloved funnymen of all time in the "Don Knotts Reluctant Hero Pack". After catapulting to national fame as the often impossible but ever lovable Deputy Barney Fife on TV's "The Andy Griffith Show" and before winning audiences over as wacky landlord Ralph Furley on "Three's Company", Knotts conquered the silver screen in a series of unforgettable feature films. Showcasing his incredible comic timing and physical humor, he finds himself in one outrageous situation after another in "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken", "The Reluctant Astronaut", "The Shakiest Gun in the West" and "The Love God?".

Theatrical Trailers.

Subtitles: English SDH (Subtitles for Deaf and Hearing Impaired), French and Spanish.
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Battling Butler / Go West (Blu-ray)

Battling Butler / Go West (Blu-ray)
"Battling Butler": The greatest box-office success of all his independent comedies, "Battling Butler" is a rarely-seen gem that mingles Keaton's deadpan demeanor and awesome physical agility with a particularly dramatic storyline. Keaton stars as Alfred Butler, a fragile young man whose father sends him into the country where he hopes masculinity will blossom. Ironically, he is there mistaken for "Battling" Butler, a renowned prizefighter of firey temperament. To impress a young lady (Sally O'Neil), Alfred carries on the ruse by engaging in a laughingly inept training regimen, but his harmless charade is soon complicated by the untimely arrival of the true contender (Francis McDonald). When the long-awaited opportunity to prove himself a man finally comes, it is before the gloved fists of the boxer, who initiates a locker-room brawl. There, in a sequence of agonizing tension and delightful surprises, "Battling Butler" reaches its unforgettable climax. "Go West": A fascinating alternative to the manic stunt work and elaborate sight gags that distinguish the films of Buster Keaton, Go West offers a rare and satisfying glimpse of his talent for more expressive comedy: charming moments of intimate humor flavored with rich pathos. Heeding the expansionist call of Horace Greeley, a hapless young man (aptly named "Friendless") idealistically hops a freight train westward to meet his destiny, first in a teeming metropolis (where he is roundly trampled by rush-hour foot traffic) then into the ranchlands of Arizona. In the side-splitting course of his attempts at bronco-busting, cattle wrangling, and even dairy farming, Friendless finds himself enamored with Brown Eyes, a particularly affectionate bovine beauty from whose hoof he removed a painful pebble. Setting traditional ideas of romance and masculinity on their ears, "Go West" is uniquely graceful and characteristically hilarious - especially in the film's dynamic finale. In an epic sequence that is pure Keaton, sentimental comedy is put aside as hundreds of cattle are unleashed upon downtown Los Angeles, wreaking uproarious havoc upon all in their path, with only one lonesome cowboy to round 'em up.

Go West, A Western themed comedy short Produced by Hal Roach, starring the "Dippy Do Dads," a troupe of trained monkeys, , A rare 60-minute audio recording of Buster Keaton hashing out a script proposal for the western TV series "Wagon Train" (courtesy of Bob Borgen), , Excerpts of the Screenplay for an unproduced remake of Battling Butler, written by Keaton in 1947, , Gallery of photographs from the 1922 stage production of Battling Butler, , Two galleries of production stills.

Silent Films with English Intertitles; Presented in Black & White.
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Swing Your Lady

Swing Your Lady
Deep in the Ozarks, wrestling promoter Ed Hatch comes up with a great idea: pit his muscle-bound meathead of a wrestler against the local blacksmith, an Amazon named Sadie. Think of the publicity! Think of the ticket sales! This is the break Eds been waiting for - until the wrestler loses his heart to the blacksmith and refuses to slam his ladylove into the canvas. In a real change-of-pace role, Bogart plays Ed in backwoods comedy chockablock with physical humor. Nat Pendleton ("The Thin Man"), who won a silver medal for wrestling in the 1920 Olympics, plays Eds burly protege, and Louise Fazenda ("Tilles Punctured Romance") portrays the blacksmith. Fazenda started her illustrious career as a screen comedienne in 1912 and was long married to "Warner Bros." producer Hal B. Wallis ("Casablance"). Look for Ronald Reagan, who had been a sportscaster for a radio station in Iowa, as a big-city sportswriter.

Presented in Black And White.
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The Three Stooges & W.C Fields (Collectible Tin Packaging)

The Three Stooges & W.C Fields (Collectible Tin Packaging)
Like to laugh? Then you will love this 2 DVD Collection of classic comedy gems featuring The Three Stooges and W.C. Fields, in some of their funniest short films and most hilarious hi-jinx ever! First, the zany and outlandish Stooges put their genius at slapstick, split-second timing, and most of all physical humor to good use in four laugh-out-loud short films. Moe, Larry and Curly are joined by Shemp stumbling and rumbling their way through one side-splitting adventure after another. Next, the unique brand of physical and linguistic comedy that made W.C. Fields an American icon is on display as Fields tries his hand at golf destruction in the "Golf Specialist", sees new patients as "The Dentist", and braves the Yukon in "The Fatal Glass of Beer".

"W.C.Fields: A Life in Comedy", "The New Stooges" - A collection of animated cartoons.
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Happy Endings : The Tales of a Meaty-Breasted Zilch

Happy Endings : The Tales of a Meaty-Breasted Zilch
Jim Norton is a pervert

in the truest sense of the word. The physical equivalent of a tall slug, he pays top dollar for massages with happy endings and is fascinated by shitty sitcoms and fat girls. He is also, at times, racially offensive and morally repugnant. He spares no one in his comedy -- least of all himself.

Now, in this outrageous, blisteringly funny collection of essays, Norton tackles the topics that are near and dear to his heart: from public events like the legendary Voyeur Bus incident on the Opie and Anthony Show, which culminated in all involved being taken to jail, or seeking a hug from his childhood idol Gene Simmons, to deeply private moments, including a teenage Jim's embarrassing poetry-writing attempts while in rehab, and his inexpensive sexual experience with an unwashed MILF (a Monolith I'd Like to Forget). His stories are raw, searingly honest in their attention to detail, and most of all, hilarious.

Filled with personal photos and nearly fifty candid and uncompromising essays, Happy Endings is one of a kind...and probably best read on an empty stomach.
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What's So Funny About Getting Old

What's So Funny About Getting Old
One bonus of getting older is that it gives us a great perspective on life ...and that includes plenty of humor! This collection of cartoons, quips, quotes, and insights introduces a new comedy genre: elderhumor. It captures the wry hilarity of our real-life sitcoms. Generational vocabulary gaps, miscommunications, preoccupation with health and comforts, foibles, disguises (for aging), even physical limitations -- all can have their funny sides when we're laughing at ourselves.

One bonus of getting older is that it gives us a great perspective on life ...and that includes plenty of humor! This collection of cartoons, quips, quotes, and insights introduces a new comedy genre: elderhumor. It captures the wry hilarity of our real-life sitcoms. Generational vocabulary gaps, miscommunications, preoccupation with health and comforts, foibles, disguises (for aging), even physical limitations -- all can have their funny sides when we're laughing at ourselves. This book, a light-hearted gift for anyone who's 50-plus, is a memoryjogger too. Remember the Katzenjammer Kids? Jack Armstrong? Apple Mary? Check out your friends' ages by their responses to a "Vanishing Words" test (examples: "spider," "broomstick skirt," "running board," "the shag"). If you're still calling the refrigerator an "icebox," it's a giveaway -- you're probably over 60. What's So Funny about Getting Old? is brought to you by a comedy team of two. Ed Fischer is an award-winning cartoonist. Jane Thomas Noland, author of Laugh It Off (what's so funny about trying to lose weight?) is a books editor and a former Minneapolis Star Tribune feature writer. Both have delicious ways of looking at life. Both, like all the rest of us, are getting older. Laughter heals. Laughter helps. Laughter keeps us in shape emotionally and physically. Read this book and try it. You'll be convinced, as these authors are, that there's only one way to grow older -- with a healthy sense of humor!



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